Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

India’s independence is one of the most important events in the country’s history. To commemorate this day, the Government of India organizes the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, a series of events, activities, and programs to celebrate India’s freedom. 

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of independence and the glorious history of its people, culture and achievements.

 This Mahotsav is dedicated to the people of India who have not only been instrumental in bringing India thus far in its evolutionary journey but also hold within them the power and potential to enable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of activating India 2.0, fuelled by the spirit of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

The official journey of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav commenced on 12th March 2021 which started a 75-week countdown to our 75th anniversary of independence and will end post a year on 15th August 2023. Following are the five themes of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

      i. Freedom Struggle

      ii. Ideas @75

      iii. Resolve@75

      iv. Actions@75

      v. Achievements@75

The aim of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is to recognize the spirit of freedom and encourage citizens to take part in activities that help to build an inclusive, equitable, sustainable, prosperous India. People from all walks of life and regions of the country participate in this celebration to recognize the spirit of freedom and to help build an inclusive, equitable, sustainable, and prosperous India. This celebration is truly a representation of our nation’s unity and determination.

Celebrating India’s freedom through Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is a great way to recognize and appreciate the sacrifices of heroes for the nation.  With a variety of activities such as cultural performances, patriotic movie screenings and inspiring talks, Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav adds to the list of glorious events which celebrate our independence. This event is a true testament to the long-held belief that freedom and love for one’s nation will never die in India.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is a great reminder of India’s independence and the struggles of our freedom fighters. It also stands as a testament to the importance of freedom and the necessity to protect it. This year, let us use this festival to remind ourselves of the need to fight for what we believe in and strive towards a better future. Let us also use this opportunity to celebrate India’s glorious past and honour our independence by embracing the spirit of freedom and unity.

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In line with the clarion call given by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, to phase out single use plastic items by 2022, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India notified the Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2021, on 12 August 2021. Carrying forward the spirit of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava’, a defining step to curb pollution caused by littered and unmanaged plastic waste is being taken by the country. India will ban manufacture, import, stocking, distribution, sale and use of identified single use plastic items, which have low utility and high littering potential, all across the country from July 1, 2022.

The adverse impacts of littered single use plastic items plastic on both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, including in marine environment are globally recognized. Addressing pollution due to single use plastic items has become an important environmental challenge confronting all countries.

In the 4th United Nations Environment Assembly held in 2019, India had piloted a resolution on addressing single-use plastic products pollution, recognizing the urgent need for the global community to focus on this very important issue. The adoption of this resolution at UNEA 4 was a significant step. In the recently concluded 5th session of United Nations Environment Assembly in March 2022, India engaged constructively with all member states to develop consensus on the resolution for driving global action on plastic pollution.

The Government has been taking measures for awareness generation towards elimination of single use plastics The awareness campaign has brought together entrepreneurs and startups, industry, Central, State and Local Governments, regulatory bodies, experts, citizens organizations, R& D and academic institutions.

The success of the ban will only be possible through effective engagement and concerted actions by all stakeholders and enthusiastic public participation, believes the Ministry.

Due to increasing plastic pollution, India was one of the first countries to introduce a nationwide ban on single-use plastics from 2019. This regulation was further extended up to 2022 including a ban on carry-bags, disposables, wrappers and packaging. This step was taken to reduce plastic waste from the environment and to promote plastic-free India.


Plastic waste is a global road block in the path of achieving a healthy environment. It is not only harmful to the environment but also poses various health risks. Plastic, if not discarded or recycled properly, can remain in the environment forever. Plastic is non-biodegradable and it can take hundreds of years to decompose, further leading to toxic residue that can contaminate soil, air and water. It affects living organisms, damages wildlife habitats, destroys ecosystems and can contribute to global warming.

We must all pledge to avoid plastic and follow the principle of RRR. Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. If we all are committed for the cause of our future generations, this task would be easier and we can eliminate the menace of plastic.


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